[icecast] icecast 2.x & a control panel?

Joe Cooper joe at swelltech.com
Fri Sep 14 06:21:05 UTC 2001

I don't know of any such tool...but maybe I'm out of the loop.

If writing your own, I'd humbly suggest using Webmin as the framework.

It handles a lot of the 'grunt work' for you, and makes writing web 
based server administration tools a breeze.  Unless you have an aversion 
to perl, it's a great starting place.  With Webmin based modules, you 
get fine grained ACLs, users and groups, a light weight custom secure 
web server, and heaps of fun routines that make writing these kinds of 
tools more fun.

Just my .02

Rocael Hernandez wrote:

> Hi all!
> I have a some of questions, I know that you can guide
> me through this:
> 1. Where I can get icecast 2.x?
> 2. What's the main difference between icecast 1.3.11 &
> 2.x?
> 3. I will stream live audio from a radio, is better if
> I user 2.x?
> 4. I would like to have a sort of control panel that
> could have a functionality like this (better if its
> open-source): 
> *Record the Ips & subnets that are listening
> *block or allow some of that Ips or subnets
> *Keep track in a web interfase of who are my
> listeners, what are the most frequent hours, max
> number of concurrent users, average listen time, etc.
> *Kick a client after some X time automaticly
> *Give me the Kb transfered in average, by user and the
> totals by day, month, etc.
> And everything in stored a DB.
> Is there a program that does something like this?
> If I need to implement it by myself, where I should
> start? how to interact with icecast?
> Thanks for your help!
> Rocael.

                      Joe Cooper <joe at swelltech.com>
                  Affordable Web Caching Proxy Appliances

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